Street Photography

I have found that I am getting more and more passionate about street photography, candid people shots and the day to day life in London. I am incredibly lucky in that my normal job takes me to a different place/area in London every day of the week -  So with the camera always living in my bag I come across everything from gorgeous sunrises over Tower Bridge, cityscapes, steel and glass  in the City, mad hatters in Camden and markets in Spitalfield Greenwich  and Hampstead...all with people getting on with their lives whom are just screaming out to be captured. 

It's very heavy gear to carry as I tend to walk to my destination from main railway stations ( especially with paperwork and laptop that are supposed to go on my journey as well) so I am actually contemplating changing gear, or well adding to it and go down the mirrorless route as it is much less intrusive, incredible clarity in the pictures and  very good in low light. Hours have been spent scouring websites and reviews and have narrowed it down to Fujifilm either the X-T1 or XT10, all depends on the deals out there. The Nikon will stay but more for the specific advertising and commission work that I do now and again.

So watch this space ,another exciting path to go down on the journey of photography.

Here are a few examples what those morning walks to work have produced so far.

 tunes on the move in Camden

tunes on the move in Camden

 mad hatters

mad hatters

 an oxymoron

an oxymoron

 arrival

arrival

 fenwick

fenwick

 look behind the scene of the glitz

look behind the scene of the glitz

 high holborn 

high holborn 

 photobombed at London Bridge

photobombed at London Bridge

 rainy walk to work

rainy walk to work

 Cutty Sark views

Cutty Sark views